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    Boracay ATV Rental Rates (Dune Buggies and Bug Cars too)

    Most people going to Boracay always just stay on White Beach and go island-hopping, and unable to see and experience the various thrills and adventures also present on Boracay e.g. the kitesurfing, kiteboarding and windsurfing on Bulabog Beach, trek to Mt. Luho, the highest peak of Boracay Island and a late afternoon visit to the Bat Cave (when the bats come out of the cave by the thousands).

    Herewith is updated information on Boracay ATV retal rates provided by a friend of Tutubi who recently went to Boracay.

    The best way to get to Mt. Luho is on-board an ATV-- all terrain vehicles -- that can be rented from various ATV rental shots in barangay Yapak (a tricycle ride away from White Beach)

    boracay atvAll Terrain vehicles (ATV) parked near Mount Luho Viewpoint. Most of the off-roaders were Koreans and other foreigners

    The ATVs are automatic so it only has brakes and accelerators and designed for safe use on rought roads (as long as you drive properly and wear proper safety equipment and features). Usual route is to go up to Mt. Luho and Butterfly Garden of Fairways and Bluewater Golf and Country Club

    ATV Rental Companies in Boracay:


    Most of the shops can be found near the gate of Fairways and Bluewater. Dune Buggies and ATV rental rates in Boracay range from P3,500/hour depends on size of the vehicle (too expensive, Tutubi thinks, typical of touristy places)

    Do you need a drivers license to drive an ATV in Boracay? Legally, yes, for it's similar to a motorcycle where you're required to have the drivers license inclusion 1. But as always, the law is not enforced strictly.

    You may call ATV rental company's telephone number for the latest rates, price discounts and reservations...but if you're on a limited budget and want to explore Boracay's off-the-beaten-track attractions, you can also rent out motorcycles or charter tricycles (per hour rate starts at P100 depends on your haggling skills) for cheap DIY Boracay adventure tours.

    Related Posts on Boracay Island:

    Umagang Kay Ganda in Boracay
    Diniwid Beach
    Cheap Boracay Package
    ATM in Boracay
    Disappointing Stay at Boracay Courtyard
    Renting ATVs and dune buggies, bug cars, bike rental, motorbike rental

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 10:47 PM,

    14 Comments:

    At Mar 15, 2010, 4:25:00 PM, Anonymous r-yo said...

    P500.00 an hour? not bad. this indeed is a good alternative to just combing the beach.

     
    At Mar 16, 2010, 7:25:00 AM, Blogger Photo Cache said...

    always wanted to try this. i wonder if they are easy to drive.

     
    At Mar 16, 2010, 10:08:00 AM, Anonymous jojo said...

    Hi, I love going into the beach, too. Kite flying is also interesting.

    I will visit your blogs often. http://moneyoverweather.blogspot.com

     
    At Mar 18, 2010, 9:04:00 PM, Anonymous bw said...

    I would love to get into one of those ATV/dune buggies !

     
    At Mar 25, 2010, 8:00:00 PM, Blogger dodong flores said...

    There are also bicycle rentals in Boracay but didn't try them. I also didn't know the rate. But if I ever visit there again, I'd prefer mountain bike than ATV...

     
    At Jul 22, 2010, 4:02:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    we tried the ATV ride recently in Bora, it was so cool and really one great experience..stef

     
    At Aug 13, 2010, 10:30:00 AM, Anonymous Boracay Hotels said...

    Wow ATV is one of the adventure thing to do in boracay..


    Tanya Gemarin

     
    At Oct 7, 2010, 1:20:00 AM, Anonymous Review said...

    hmmm that look like fun, my friend went to Luho and said it was worth the climb

     
    At Nov 12, 2010, 4:24:00 PM, Anonymous Bohol Hotels said...

    yeah, ATV cart woohh cool ride.

    -Yuri Itchiro

     
    At Feb 23, 2011, 3:32:00 PM, Anonymous Acai said...

    You work with them... good. My wife and I go to the store and get food or take it out of the garden. We then prepare a dish to eat and my two year old son partakes. We share

     
    At Apr 4, 2011, 11:46:00 PM, Anonymous Boracay Hotels said...

    Is it really needs a driver's license? My cousin took like this at Bicol but there's no need a license..

     
    At Feb 8, 2012, 8:39:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    yeah nice guys, just to compare how much rip off it is.
    In Europe car rent per 24 hours will be around 30 Euro.
    On Boracay, bike for one day will cost a 30 Euro?? or more.
    just to compare from my experience :
    Greece ; motorbike for 24 hours = 8 Euro
    Thailnad ; Quad (ATV) Kho Tao for 24 hours = aprox 12 Euro
    Thailand ; Scooter for 24 hours in Hua Hin aprox 3 Euro
    Ireland ; Car or bike rent for 24 hours = from 25 Euro
    and now
    Boracay ; ATV ( quad ) for 24 hours = over 200 Euro !!!
    motorbike for 24 hours = aprox 50 Euro !!!

    yeah lets go and enjoy this rip-off

     
    At Feb 24, 2012, 1:20:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    how much is the rate/hr now?

     
    At May 24, 2012, 6:17:00 PM, Anonymous Dune Buggy said...

    ya it's really friends, If you're looking for something new and fun to do in the Boracay,try renting ATVs and dune buggies.

     

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